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Spray Foam Insulation Virginia

Welcome to Virginia Spray Foam Insulation. Based in Virginia, we take pride in offering state-of-the art products and services in the department of home improvement and energy efficiency. Insulation is a very essential and indispensable part of home and building structure and we need to optimize this by using insulation that will not only be of great quality but also help us in reducing our energy costs.

​Spray foam insulation in Virginia is used for many different applications in both the residential as well as the commercial sectors. Nowadays, many people are opting for spray foam insulation in Virginia once they know the various benefits that it offers, compared to traditional types of insulation such as cellulose, fiberglass, mineral wool and others.

Our Service Area.

Our service area covers all of Virginia for spray foam insulation. From residential to commercial projects, we are here to provide top-quality insulation solutions.

About Our Product

​Spray foam insulation is a chemical that is formed when two chemicals react upon mixing with each other. These two chemicals are polyol resin and isocyanate. After they react with one another, spray foam expands up to 30 to 60 times its volume and stays inert after it completely cures.

​Originally, spray foam was used as a packaging material but by the late 1970’s it started being used in buildings for insulation material. Spray foam insulation makes an excellent sealant because when it expands, it takes the shape of the space that it is sprayed into. This makes it very easy to seal tiny cracks and crevices that no other type of insulation can reach.


Hire a Professional Contractor

When it comes to your spray foam insulation project, it’s crucial to hire a professional contractor you can rely on. 

Our team of experienced and licensed contractors is dedicated to providing top-notch insulation services for homes in Virginia. 

We understand the unique requirements of the local climate and can recommend the best insulation solutions to maximize energy efficiency and comfort. 

By choosing our services, you’ll benefit from our expertise, attention to detail, and commitment to delivering exceptional results. Don’t compromise on the quality of your insulation job. Contact us today to hire a trusted professional contractor for your Virginia spray foam home project.

Types of Spray Foam

Spray foam insulation in Virginia can be either open-cell spray foam or closed-cell spray foam.

As the term suggests, the cells in open-cell spray foam insulation are deliberately left open and are not closed. In other words, the cells are not fully encapsulated. 

Open-cell spray foam insulation is more flexible than closed-cell spray foam and it also expands much more. Open-cell spray foam is also springier than closed-cell spray foam. Has an R-value that is around R-3.5 per inch and can expand up to 3 inches in thickness after it is sprayed. 

Open-cell spray foam insulation is used in areas where closed-cell spray foam is difficult to use or cannot be used.

In closed-cell spray foam, the cells are completely pressed together so that there is absolutely no air that can enter them. There is also a difference in the R values. Closed cell spray foam has an R-value that is as high as R-6 per inch and expands up to 1 inch in thickness after it is sprayed.

Get Your Free Estimate

Choosing the right installer and get the best type of insulation for your project can help you to enjoy and to get the best job possible. Knowing all the extra benefits that spray foam insulation in Virginia has to offer.

R-value of Spray Foam Insulation

R-value can be defined as the ability of a material to resist the flow of conductive heat. Thus, the higher the R-value, the better is its insulation capacity. The higher the R-value, the better the insulation is in saving your energy bills. Layers of insulation are added together in order to get a certain thickness to obtain a specific R-value. For example, if the first layer of an insulating material has an R-value of 3, and the second layer on the insulating material has an R-value of 2.5, the total R-value will be 5.5.

​Spray foam insulation has a very high R-value that ranges from R-3.5 to R-7 per inch. R-7 is better than the R-value of any other insulating material. Depending upon the required R-value and whether you are using open-cell or closed-cell spray foam insulation, your contractor will decide the number of layers to use.

Other Types of Insulation Compared to Spray Foam

Before the use of spray foam as an insulation material, other types of insulation were used such as cellulose, mineral wool and fiberglass. Let’s take a look at some of the other types of insulation and how they compare to spray foam insulation.

Cellulose insulation

Cellulose insulation is the oldest type of insulation that has been used over the years. As the name suggests, cellulose insulation is made out of material that was initially derived from plants. Examples of cellulose insulation are corrugated cardboard, newspaper, and even recycled jeans. Dry, blown-in cellulose is the most common type of cellulose insulation that is used, and it is spread using a blowing-in machine. Blown-in cellulose lasts for up to 20 to 30 years under ideal circumstances.

​The R-value of cellulose insulation is about R-3.8 per inch. The disadvantages of cellulose insulation are that it tends to settle over time, thus causing pockets of empty spaces. This definitely brings down the overall quality of the insulation in your home or commercial building and you will end up spending more money on having to heat or cool the air inside your home. Another disadvantage is that cellulose absorbs moisture, and this can lead t

Fiberglass insulation

Fiberglass insulation can be either in the form of loose fill or batts and rolls. It is also known as glass-wool and is a vitreous fiber that is man-made.

​Though it is not considered to be dangerous, it is known to irritate the skin and the respiratory system as tiny particles can circulate through the building if it gets into the vents. The R-value of fiberglass is R-2.8 per inch.

Mineral wool insulation

Also known as rock wool, this type of insulation is made from drawing or spinning molten minerals such as ceramics, slag and molten basalt rocks. Mineral wool is used for thermal insulation (both pipe as well as structural insulation).

​High-temperature mineral wool is resistant to temperatures above 1000 degrees Celsius. The R-value of mineral wool is between R-3.7 and 4.2 per inch. Disadvantages of mineral wool are much higher in cost than fiberglass and the rock wool particles can get into the atmosphere and cause respiratory issues.

Reflective insulation

reflective insulation is also known as radiant barrier or foil insulation and is typically made from aluminized polyester or aluminum foil. Is used in angled roofs to keep out the sun and they are also used in cavity walls that are not ventilated.

Reflective insulation is great for using in hot climates as well as can be used as a vapor barrier. It is waterproof and not affected by moisture, however in case of a wiring fault; an electrical hazard can take place.

How It Works.

Curious about how it all works? It’s simple! Contact us to discuss your needs and schedule a consultation. Our experienced team will assess your project, provide tailored solutions, and handle the entire process with professionalism. Let’s get started today!
Assessment and measurement of the space to be insulated.
Mixing the components of the spray foam insulation
Curing / Finishing
Allowing the foam to cure properly, which may take a few hours.

Where We Use Spray Foam Insulation

Spray foam insulation in Virginia has several different uses. 

 An attic that is not properly insulated is known to lose heat quickly. As we know that hot air rises, all the heat from the house will rise and escape from the attic it the insulation is not good. Spray foam insulation in Virginia has great application when it comes to attic insulation as spray foam forms a complete air seal on the entire house or building structure. Thus, less air escapes and this helps you to conserve energy.

Spray foam insulation in Virginia is also used in walls, during the construction of new buildings and houses. Other than this, the great thing about spray foam is that it can be inserted in pre-existing walls too! A professional knows exactly how to insert open spray foam insulation without tearing the walls down completely. Spray foam insulation in walls also helps in sound dampening throughout the house.

 Most crawlspaces are empty, and others are filled with other types of insulation. However, the best type of insulation for the crawlspace is spray foam insulation. It is very common for moisture to collect in the crawlspace. This is detrimental to the entire building structure as it can cause damp air to travel up into the house or building and can also cause rotting of wooden floors. Thus, when spray foam is used in crawlspaces in Virginia, the problem of moisture and extra air traveling up is completely eliminated.

Spray foam insulation is great for basements as basements are generally damp and mold and moisture can easily attack the other types of insulation such as cellulose. The great thing about spray foam insulation is that it does not attract moisture and thus will never get attacked by mold. You will never have to worry about mold and moisture problems if you install spray foam insulation in Virginia.  

Spray foam insulation used under the floorboards adds to structural integrity as well as improves the total insulation in the house. It also helps to eliminate moisture when used on the ground floor and prevents the loss of conditioned air and entry of unwanted air.

In Virginia, spray polyurethane foam is also used as a coating on the roof. It is relatively easy to install and can be used on any type of roof. It is very effective in providing a barrier to air and moisture, while at the same time providing a high R-value. Spray polyurethane roof coatings protect the roof from harsh weather conditions, thereby increasing the life of the roof.

Benefits of Spray Foam Insulation

Spray foam insulation in Virginia has several benefits over traditional types of insulation.

Spray foam insulation has a much higher R-value than other traditional types of insulation. Under ideal circumstances spray foam insulation can go up to R-6.5 to R-7. Because of its high R-value, spray foam makes a very good insulator.

Spray foam insulation is resistant to moisture which means that mold cannot attack it. It will not cause problems such as health issues. You will never need to replace the spray foam insulation in Virginia as it will never catch mold like other types of insulation such as cellulose. Spray foam also does not get attacked by rodents or critters as it is not a source of food for them.

If you use spray foam insulation in your house in Virginia, you will definitely increase see a decrease in your energy savings by at least 30% to 40%. Spray foam insulation helps to cut down on energy because it forms a complete air-seal in the house or building. This means that the amount of air entering the house or building and leaving it will be reduced. Your HAVC system will have to work a lot less, and all the air inside the house will be conditioned. Less energy will be used to cool or heat the air inside the house and the result is a big amount in your monetary savings.

Under ideal circumstances spray foam insulation in Virginia will last up to 80 years. This means that one you have installed spray foam insulation in your home or commercial building, you will not have to worry about changing or replacing the insulation as long as it is professionally done. This is a great advantage compared to other types of insulation that may need replacement because it settles over time or catches mold because of moisture.  

Spray foam insulation in Virginia is environmentally friendly so you won’t have to worry about leaving your carbon footprint on the earth. The spray foam insulation that is manufactured and used today does not affect the ozone layer or the environment at all. In addition to this, since you won’t need to replace it anytime soon, there is much less waste generated.

Why Choose Us?

​All our applicators are trained, licensed and certified. They are experts in the field of spray foam insulation in Virginia and we are confident that we will get the job right the first time itself!

​We offer competitive rates and the best quality of service and products when it comes to spray foam insulation in Virginia.

Request a Free Estimate Today

If you have any questions about spray foam insulation in Virginia and want it installed in your home or commercial building, make sure to contact us today. We can offer a free assessment, consultation and quotation based on your project and budget. We will be happy to help you today!

Say goodbye to energy waste and discomfort with our innovative spray foam insulation.